IGD’s stock is listed on the STAR (Segmento Titoli con Alti Requisiti, that is stock segment with high requirements) segment of the Italian Stock Exchange as part of the real estate sector.
STAR is the market segment of Borsa Italiana’s equity market (MTA) dedicated to midsize companies with a capitalization between 40 million and 1 billion euros, which comply with excellence requirements in terms of transparency and timely communication, liquidity (free float of minimum 35%) and Corporate Governance in line with international standards. IGD has been part of this segment since March 25, 2008.
IGD is not traded on alternative markets or any dark pools.
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The FTSE Italia Series provides investors with a comprehensive and complementary set of market-cap weighted indexes measuring the performance of Italian companies listed on the MTA markets of Borsa Italiana; in particular IGD is included in the indices:
Following the inclusion of the real estate listed companies in the investment universe of PIR (Individual Savings Plans), from March 2018 IGD has been included in the FTSE Italia PIR indexes listed below:
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The FTSE EPRA/NAREIT Global Real Estate Index Series is designed to include performances of listed real estate companies and REIT, which respect requirements in terms of free float, liquidity, dimension and income. In particular IGD is included in the indexes listed below:
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The IEIF, Institut de l’Epargne Immobilière et Foncière, promotes a series of indices whose components are chosen among the real estate companies listed on regulated European markets with market capitalization that exceeds €350 million and a minimum free float of 20%. In particular IGD is included in the indexes listed below:
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This index, promoted by GPR Global Property Research, brings together the top 150 listed real estate companies that meet certain requirements related to real estate activity, ESG performance (intensity of CO2 emissions, use of materials, efficiency in the use of water, electricity consumption and energy efficiency, as well as health and safety, human capital management and governance) and market capitalization.read more about GPR